UK House of Commons

21 June 1811

next: 22 February 1821

SO Text
1

That no Bill relating to Religion, or the alteration of the Laws concerning Religion, be brought into this House, until the Proposition shall have been first considered in a Committee of the whole House, and agreed unto by The House.

Made: 21 June 1811
Repealed: 07 March 1888

2

That no Bill relating to Trade, or the alteration of the Laws concerning Trade, be brought into The House, until the Proposition shall have been first considered in a Committee of the whole House, and agreed unto by The House.

Made: 21 June 1811
Repealed: 07 March 1888

3

That this House will receive no Petition for any Sum of Money, relating to Public Service, but what is recommended from The Crown.

That this House will not proceed upon any Petition, Motion, or Bill, for granting any Money, or for releasing or compounding any Sum of Money owing to The Crown, but in a Committee of the whole House.

That this House will not receive any Petition for compounding any Sum of Money owing to The Crown, upon any branch of the Revenue, without a Certificate, from the proper Officer or Officers, annexed to the said Petition, stating the Debt, what Prosecutions have been made for the Recovery of such Debt, and setting forth how much the Petitioner and his Security are able to satisfy thereof.

Made: 21 June 1811
Amended: 22 February 1821(+12)

4

That the precise duration of every Temporary Law be expressed in the Title of the Bill, and also in a distinct Clause at the end of the Bill, and no where else.

Made: 21 June 1811
Amended: 24 July 1849(+3)